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Transfer factors

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by Laurenog, Dec 2, 2017.

  1. Laurenog


    Hi guys Hoping for some advice on transfer factors for glandular fever/ herpes as my naturopath thinks when I crash it’s the glandular fever/Epstein Barr virus showing its ugly head as I get low white blood cell count. I’ve researched it and there are mixed reports.its been 2 years but I am getting better, I work 7 hours a week, can socialise and shop for short periods. but it’s been so slow and I never feel normal. And if I push it I crash.

    Do I risk this progress I have made with trying something new with the potential of kicking the virus butt or do I accept where I am and it’s just going to take a while longer but then may never fully get there? Living like this can be rough but I’ve kind of normalised it and found a way to live, and obviously I have progressed and continue to. But there is always something there in the background making me feel rubbbish and putting me into a crash if I do too much. Anyone’s help or experience would be really appreciated. Thanks.
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